The IAEA is the world's central intergovernmental forum for scientific and technical co-operation in the nuclear field. It works for the safe, secure and peaceful uses of nuclear science and technology, contributing to international peace and security and the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals and offers a dynamic, multicultural work environment with more than 2,500 staff working in a wide range of nuclear and related disciplines coming from over 100 countries.
The U.S. Support Program to the IAEA assists the IAEA in its mission, providing financial, technical and human resource support for a variety of tasks targeted nuclear nonproliferation, verification, and development.
The incumbent will contribute to the IAEA's overall objective of maintaining and further developing an efficient verification system through encouraging and supporting the use of the State Declarations Portal (SDP).The selected candidate will act as the focal point to support Member States in the uptake and use of the State Declarations Portal for the electronic submission of State declared information. Specifically:
• Contribute to the promotion of the State Declarations Portal (SDP) by developing techniques to guide Member States through the registration and initial enrolment processes.
• Establish and maintain basic information for all State or regional authority (SRA) users, as well as persons contacted regarding the SDP.
• Act as the SDP Contact Point monitoring and responding to all email enquiries received through the dedicated mailbox; analyzing issues and recommending solutions; and taking follow up actions.
• Oversee the Remote Secure Access (RSA) token access to the system through the stages of procurement, receipt, distribution and retirement.
• Provide ongoing support to SDP users and respond to queries related to, for example, token issues, encryption issues and requests to, for example, token issues, encryption issues and requests for training.
• Liaise with SRA and Permanent Mission (PM) representatives visiting the IAEA as well as inspectors going on duty travel on the use and promotion of the SDP.
• University degree in international relations, business studies, information management, cyber security or a related field.
• Minimum of two years of relevant working experience supporting software applications, managing client relations, and the introduction of electronic working tools, including the development of guidance and training material.
• Ability to develop clear guidance documents and training material on technical subjects and to deliver effective training to an international audience.
• Experience with video authoring tools, e.g. Camtasia, an asset.
Funding for this assignment is being provided by the U.S. Dept. of State. Priority will be given to U.S. citizens.
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